The E&A landscape, for those who don’t know it, is a powerful framework (developed by Craig Yeatman of Worldsview Academy) to, amongst many other things, orient Organisation Developme... Read more
Certificate: Organisation Development and Change
The Certificate in Organisation Development and Change delivers a robust grounding in the fundamentals of Organisation Development (OD) and Change theory and methodology. Increase your capacity as a champion of Organisation Development and Change through the development of knowledge, cognitive and conceptual tools and practical techniques encompassed in this Higher Certificate.
FACTSHEET AND FULL CALENDAR
The Certificate in Organisation Development and Change can be studied part-time, with evening classes in Johannesburg, or full-time, with day classes in Johannesburg or Cape Town.
What will be covered?
Eleven modules encompassing the complete OD practitioner, underpinned by the "OD way of work":
- Understand the core concepts and fundamental values, processes and practices of Organisation Development and Change Management.
- Identify and explore common models applied in the practice of Organisation Development.
- Understand and apply the values, principles. and processes of change management in the workplace.
- Understand and contribute to a strategic planning process.
- Apply communication and project management skills in an organisation development and change context.
- Apply facilitation skills in a variety of basic organisational processes.
- Take responsibility for personal development in order to achieve effectiveness in a business environment, practising lifelong learning.
- Understand and work within a team to meet set goals and objectives.
- Identify financial risks and implications associated with organisation development and change work.
- Become effective employees, employers and/or self-employed members of society.
- Develop the ability to assist within your community and thereby ensure social and economic transformation.
Who will attend?
Entry-level practitioners: beef-up your knowledge and increase your capacity as catalysts or champions of Organisation Development and change.
R 35,000 for the full Certificate
For more information on this Programme
Kyra Wainstein email@example.com 0861 333 262 or +2711 844 1100
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How is Organisation Development different from Change Management?25 September 2012
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Inaugural Mash-Up19 June 2012
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Academy campus grows5 June 2012
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Facilitating Organisational Change: an Organisational Development approach, by Lucille Greeff8 May 2013
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Issue-Centricity and Mental Health: A discussion paper by Kyra Wainstein15 February 2013
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A case for Issue-Centricity in Organisation Development19 December 2012
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